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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13,' 1912.
EIGHT. t IIIHMIlUllllllllllll'Kf CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Stovea, Biifm, nnme Famishing Goods, Cutlery, Tool, Iron Pip. Valves and Fittings, Plnmbta, Ilmtinf, Tin and Copper Work. Sit W. CENTRAL AVtt TELKTIIONE til ! -' I SK? Visit Matthew's i! TELEPHONE 420 We lire now showlng incline line or an tin- Favors and Novelties for CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA . T . ft al m mm - A Kogers Mlverwar e loupon in every back of EMPRESS FLOUR . Just Arrived Extra Nice Smoked Finnan Haddies, Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Smoked Boneless Herring, rx a mm moKea r-ancy moaiers, Spiced Holland Herring, Salted Lake Fish, New York State Limburg er Cheese superior to the Imported 35c per pound. mi:: LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS St. Patrick's.Day Occasions Strong's Book Store 'Your Money Back If Too Want It Strong Brothers Undertakers and Embaimara, Prompt aervloe Dmj or Nlrlil Telephone IS. Residence tM. Strong llk, Copixtr and Second. I Ward's Store HOMER II. WAItl), Mgr. SIS Marblci Ave. Phone JOO. 'lli.li. snn Ti ll IXfl FRENCH & LOWBER Funeral Directors and Embalmers. (MI MITII AMI CENTRAL, 2 j urn. iiume (too In the event that you should tint receive your morning pa- lr, telephone the POSTAL TELEU RAPH CO., giving-your ' name and address and the pa- per will be delivered by a ape- 1 clal messenger. The telephone 1 la No. Id. $5.00 Reward $5.00 The above reward wilt be paid for the arrest, and con- rieUon of anyone caught ateal- In soples of the Morning JournHl troin the doorwaya of ubscrlhers. . JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST vr..Tiii:u r i. port. For th twenty-four hour ending at o'clock yesterday evening: Maximum temperature 68 degrees; minimum temperature 34: range 3.'. Temperature at t o'clock hint evening 53. Kouihwest winds; party cloudy. C. r. Hill, of Topcka, Kun., Is here on Hunta Fe business. Horn, to Mr. and Mn. Edward t'n derwood. of 1120 North Second, a eon J. C. IJolan, of Flagstaff, Ariz., In business visitor In the city for a few days. Frank Htortg, secretary of the Elks' lodge. In elowly recovering after SCt'lOUS UllieSS. A MONET HAVER Th alt new Stove Oonl will suvo you money. John H. Heaven, phono 4. HI;non Hchloss left for Denver last night on the limited, to spend a few days on business. Rcmlglo Mlrubel, of Kan Rafael, is spending a few dnya In the city on business affaire. A. O. Wuha, of the forest service. left yesterday afternoon for Nanta Fc nn service business. II. 11. Edwards of 8nnta Fe, is visit Ing this city, having come down from the capital lust night. J, A. Klchl, Santa Fe claim agent, has gone to Lendvllle, Pu., on legul business for the company. Lee I. Mullen and Herbert Polly, of Carlsbad, are vlsltora here today, having arrived last night. T. J. Mollnarl, of Portnlos, is n vis itor In the city today, having- come d(.wn from Kantu Fe last night. Superintendent F. L. Meyers ar rived last night from his liead(iiarters at Las Vegas to spend a day or two hero. victor Ullbarrl, a stenographer of this city, has accepted a position as stenographer fn the Rtate senate at Han la Fe. The Ludlos Aid society of the First Presbyterian church will meet In the church parlor tomorrow afternoon ut 2. SO o'clock. H. O. Hush, of Doming, arrived last night to attend the lumbermen's con vention, before which he will read a paper today. Dr. V. 8. Cheyney, of Willnrd,! left last night for Mesllln Park to spend few days, utter visiting this city nesa for himself. Is here today from his headquarters at Santa Fe. F. K. Hummers, superintendent of the Rio Grande division of the Hants Fe, Is In the city f'ft- a few duys (visit on Santa Fe business. He will go south Thursday morning with Gen eral Manager Fred C. Fox and Gen eral Superintendent J. M. Kurn. Albert Connell. a brother of H. H. Conncll, of Los Luna, who has beon doing reconnalHsuix e work In .Arkan sas with the forest service. Is reported to have been taken very III with ty phoid fever. He has been removed from his station iat Menu. Ark., to a Kansas City hospital. i ; Olenn H. Curtlc tho head of the Curtis aviation company, und ono of the most famous of tho aviation ex perts of the country, passed through Albuquerque on his way back east Monday night. Mr. Curtis had been Inspecting the aviation school con ducted by hla company at Los Angeles. Hon. E. V. Chaves, the well known democratic lawyer of Log Angeles, who has been in the city for the past few days on legal matters, will go to Kama Fe prooahly tomorrow and after remaining at the state capital for n couple of days he will return to his home In Los Angeles. Mr. Chaves formerly resided hero. Judge Herbert F. Reynolds yester day granted a divorce to Ella Hcott. iSIXTEEFJ HOUn LAW CAUSES QUEER DENT Brakeman Called in a Hurry, to PilrtT Fnrrina In 1 uui UM51110 ill, Stalled in Front House, ' Finds Train of Harvey Law," the sla railroad men The ''Sixteen Hour tutfl which prevents from working mor0 than that num ber of consecutive hours, hag caused a number of queer Incidents, but prob ably none more peculiar than one which took place here the other day. Tired, hot, and worn out from a run along the road, a brakeman was called to report "a soon as possible," to pilot a train. Ho reported to the yardmas ter's office for word as to the locution of tho train, and was told that he had i YOUNG men are clothes en thusiasts; and it's a good thing they are; good for them, and good for. the older men who like to feel young, and find that clothes help to it. We expect a good deal of enthusiasm this Spring among the young men for Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. There's reason for it in the styles we show of this make; and for the exceptional quality by which the style stays styfish. We're going to put the right sort of clothes on all the men who come to us young or old; the kind that make a man look well-dressed. v Suits $20.00 and up. been asked for bv tho rnuml.hn.iui from Charles Scott on the ground of (staff, and to report to them. desertion, the Judgment being given by default. The defendant was or dered to pay the costs of the action. and execution directed to Iskuc there of. The custody of two minor chil dren, Charles Hamilton Hcott and Robert Preston Hcott, was granted tho plaintiff. Billy Shoat, who with Dave Armijo. went for a Joy ride Kundny evening In a buggy they appropriated on Cen tral avenue, nnd damaged the rig, was arraigned before Police Magistrate' ,raig yesterday aflernoon. After the taking of evidence, the case was con tinned until o'clock this morning in inp meantime .snoai s oonu was fixed at 15. Armijo wilt be asked at tho hearing' today what part he had In the escapade. Don't forget the grand prlie masque ball tonight. Prof, Rcdford's Dancing academy, Colombo hall. for a day or two. Wallace Hesneldcn, the South First NATIVE BOY NEARLY WED. BY HIS PLAYMATES Help Arrives in Time to Pre vent Juvenile Tragedy at Bar- elas Public School Yesterday. WALLACE HESSELDEN General Contractors. figures and workmanship count We guarantee more for your mone) than any other contracting firm la Al tiuquorque. Ods at Mi'i:ni(u rLWtMu Pl.oiie M7 MILL. HAIRDRESSING Uauh-urtiig llralila Made Cp from Combines. - Iti'iie.Dynl 8liviiHMriiig Facial Clcannlna- M.'vS.CLAY fH.11 1. n.. -one Ml GIERKE, OGLE & DOANE, Abstracts, Fire Insurance, t'lvll Unglneering, Purely Iton K Wen) Kslute an I !.can. Pirn... 1J. Rooms 11 Stern Rid. I')Ri:t AST. Washington, March 2. New Mex ico und Arizona Fair Wednesday; rrfln or snow ut niKht or Thursday In north portions; fair In south. West Texas Generally Wednesday and Thursday, Dr. Conner, Osteopath, 0, Stem bldg. Ives, I lor it. Plume 132. Wanted Clean cotton rags. Jour nal office. ' s cents a pound. SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. House Moving & Heavy Hauling ... A A preface to set you right as to style (or spring SI !h.- ! be rltlit tils spring k 1 be niur in 1 tie fhio.ldrr und rM. )ly .!.., w . ititt nirin nmf 'H ! I. t 1.1 .-:ily more nr ' "cad !!.::: b. 1. i,.f.. r-. This l tu the l:i., ..h infill. -m n 111.' t". AZTEC Fuel Co. Phone 251 . First and Granite. GALLUP LUMP COAL GALLUP STOVE COAL ALL KINDS OF WOOD street contractor nnd builder. Is In Hanta Fe on business. He will return to the city tomorrow or Friday. There will be a regular meeting of the Woman's Relief Corps this after noon at 2:80 o'clock In the A. O. C W. hull. Ry order of the president, Hadle Howdlch, secretary. George H, Hasten, president of the Cole Publishing Company, who visit- fair 4ed in this city a few weeka ago, later going to the Grand Canyon, passed through the city last night on his way I east. G. H. Ruck, a well known visitor from New York, Is In tho city for stuy of several days, accompanied by his wife. Mr. Iluek has been visiting here every winter fur a number of years. H. J. Splndler, who is in the state to investigate the customs and ceremo nies of the Puebloes for one of the eastern museums of national scope, left yesterday afternoon for Acoma to end several weeks. F. F. Xltehey, a shoe sulenruan who Is well known throughout the state Is again making trips Into New Mex leu after an absence f two years. Mr. Nllchey arrived In Albuquerque yes terday. J. M. Sandoval yesterday handed around among merchants and cltl- sciih generally a petition, asking the county commissioners to repair the old bridge at I.o Corr.Ues. Every body who was nsked igned the peti tion. T. J. Sawyer, formerly prominently ciiiinecteil with the American Lumber Company at its local plant, but now In the -n il owning and operating bust- We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPEHIOK LUMBfR AND MILL CO. si:.i.iti.ti ,t tu , t oiitn an. ih." koi Mi l.IHM H .., vr - t-in,l .uh. r ir i 'I iv on a - in ..'!) Ml JV-lil.m II Siai, I Mir .tilt nn.l . t if. Our :!. . ri'r.r.ir ri. h ihmk A-k t'.r third Mud) Our M l.i.li.u 1 .-.rill ..Kmc -i:r hahn coal co.vrjcr fllOK ! Tlllt.t ITr, AIL kllKS, NTKAM tXAL . Mill W.hmL lv Wood, Conl Wood. Natlte sUndUnc rire Brick, fire Cl,. Sota RrU a, fAncankMi Itrtck. UaM H-1 Suits $15, SI 6.50 and fcr business wear. if Stcin-B!och Nobby Suits. $20 and upward. $18!f CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBfR COMPANY ! A l t AltlK.II. Marts, .1. i . i,,r. k'.rythtnc nm4 Id Building Xoti.. -UK) M VIM1S, ftMALL PUOITtft." C.rrw-r Hurl and Maras. Coaatrvetiea. .xn rtMMM t .:..':. i i i . I . " 1 I GROSS, KELLY & CO. (Inc.) ' 'if""" nd Iealers In Woo!, Hides, Pelts and Goat Skins I. !- rcs. M . lt.wMi.eTsj. 1. M. Tanmnrl. X. M THnhlad. Goto. A native boy, ftged about sev years, was nearly hanged yesterday at the Rarelas school -when some play mates who were tormenting him put a rope around his neck and started to dragging him around the lot. Pr.vl ously, It l said, i jthey had stuffed chalk in his mouth ' mid Mherwlse made It Intere.slMg'tfer the victim. Hy the time the boy's yells had brought assistance, his neck was badly swollen and had the rescuers arrived a few minutes later it would probably have been too late. Medical aid was sum moned and the urchin will recover, The disturbance, which bore all the earmarks of the typical collcgo haz ing, was participated In entirely by small boys who evidently did hot rea lise what they were doing;. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. David 8. Rtcvriw, David S. Stevens, aged 22 years, died at 4:30 o'clock yesterday after noon at local sunitarlum. Mr. Stev ens came to Albuquerque last June for the benefit of his health, and for some time It was thought his complete recovery was certain. A turn for the worse made It necessary for him to enter p. sanitarium In January, where he has been practically confined to his room. He leaves a brother, D. M. Stevens, of 2f. North Hixth street, n mother, one sister and two other brothers in Walllngford. Conn., the family home. The body will be taken to Walllngford for burial. Having come right to the office when called, after ho hud enjoyed about an hour of sleep, and without even a cup of coffee to stay that ilw ful longing in his gastric region, the brakemnn was not at all elated by this advice. Nevertheless, down to the round-house, ail of half a mile from tne yarn olllce, he hiked In a hurry. Arriving there, after judicious ques tioning, he wits informed that the train he was to pilot was In front of the Harvey house, perhaps a hundred yards from the yard office where he had first reported". Rack he trudged anu reported to the engineer. Cpder tne joint guidance of tho engineer ana hlma.'lf, the engine wusictit loose and pulled dowrt frohr In front of" the de pot to the cross-over, and headed In on tho round house tracks. Then the hostler took charge of it and the uraKeman made out his report and went home. Likewise the engineer. A ytiru engine came- down and pulled the truin to pieces and the in cldent wan apparently closed. nut, no, the brakeman had turned in ten hours time for the half-hour1, work he had given. That is the mini mum allowed for call and work, no mutter how short, nnd he got it the next puy day. , It appeared that the hotdlcr had been "called down" by someone In au thority for taking over nn engine on the main line and he dcclinod to have anything to do with this one until it had bc,ii poperly placed on a siding. Hence the call for a pilot., for an en gineer may not move an engine on the mam line without a representative of the other branch of the operating service signalling him, or buing with mm, 'and the re3Ular train crew were all prevented from acting because they had been Just sixteen hours on the rood when they got ''in the clear" at the switch at the north end of the yunii. Konieone In authority got hold of the story and the coi respondents Is still going on about it. Meanwhile the brakeman has tho ten hours' pay Simon Sfcern THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER This store is the home of Hart Schaffner &Marx clothes DELEGATES GUESTS OF AMERICAN CO AT ALVARADQ Local Manufacturing Conecrn Entertains Visiting Lumber men to Convention and Albu querque Members of Craft. Rig reduction In Mazda or Tungsten Lamps. Hpeclal prices on Standard packages. NASH ELECTRICAL SUPPLY COMPANY. i COO W. Contrul Ave. Out of town orders given care ful attention. VANS DISCOURSES Funeral of W. It. Mfllvatn. I lie funeral of W. H. AlcKlvain, a former Albuquerque inn, who .lied bust Suiyiy ut El Paso, was held yesterday afternoon at 2 .10 o'clock at the home of his brother-in-law, Oram Rurgess, 314 South liroadway. It was largely attended. Rev. J. J. Runyun, pastor of the IiupttKt church, conducted the services, burial being In Fuirvlew cemetery. The body was accompan ied! to this city by Mrs. McKlvsin und two sons, Thomas nd William. It lay in state from 7 a. m. until l :'.a p. m. yesterday afternoon at Strong's chapel. TEACHERS MEET ON SATURDAY Gathering of County Instructors of Young Idea Called for Old Town School This Week. unty Superintendent of S. hool Aiansio. Mnntoya announce a merl ins of the lo.irtlT tech,er at the ld Albuquerque s hool nest Saturdn) morning. It is earnestly request that all the county tewchcrs be on hand prmitlv as numerous matter f evn.iil, rnl.l- importance to the Juirici schools ar to be discussed. ABLY ON "HELL" Evangelist Expounds Difficult Subject in Anything But Con ventional Style; Exposition Clear and Reasonable. One of the largest crowds which hnt" yet assembled to hear Rev. J. P.ruce Evans, the evangelist, gathered but night at the Paptlst chureh. A larg? number of those present were men nnd Mr. Evans seems to be making i distinct hit with the masculine ele ment. Mr. Evans last night spoke for an hour or more on the -subject of "Hell." Contrary to the usual evangelistic customs, he did not milk" this text a subject for arraigning the people, but Instead, gave a clear anl logical discussi.n of the topic. Rev. Evans taid he believed In hell but not because his grandfathers did so, er because that was what he was raised to do. "A man has something to gain and everything tu lose If he does r.ot ho lieve In hell." he said. That sciilenc; was the keynote of the lirst phase of his address. "The scales of Justice are not evenly baluiiced in this old world," was that of the recond. "All men who have been succeiwfui In winning men from sin have be lieved in hell." Mr. Evans expounded the parabl of the rich man und Lasaru, and closed his service by sinning a son he wrote himself and dedicated to h'S s.s'er. who died In his home In Cali fornia. Ther were few dry ey.-s H the house when he was through. Un t forget the srand prlx masque bsU tonlchl. I'rof. Redford The delegates present at the eighth annual session of the Lumbermen's association of this state and Arizona, now In convention here, were enter! tnined lust night at the Alvarado by the Amerlcun Lumber Company, the largest manufacturing concern in New Mexico. An elaborate dinner was served, and speeches of an In formal character took up almost the entire evening. The principal address was made by Mayor John W. "lder, who welcomed the visitors to Albuquerque, and told them what good fellows all lumbermen were and how very much Albuquer que hoped to entertain the association at some future date. No set speeches were made, how ever, und practically every one of the fifty odd present gave a short talk on some topic or other. Reside the actual mem tiers of the association, the diners Included several representatives of the company. The session of tho Lumbermen's As sociation of Arizona and New Mexico here yesterday was the eighth annual "met ting gince the formation of the as sociation. There are about forty lum bermen In the city from points all over New Mexico and Arizona, und Al buquerque has been showing them u good time ever since their arrival. The Hcssions ye: ter.'ay were held at the Odd Fellows' hall. The program Included a number of interesting pa pers. Including one on "New Mexico," by P. V. Pardln, of Artesia, which was especially well received. Other Important papers were those on "Yard Management." by O. E. Cavin, of Roswell, and "Contractors," by George W. Frenger, of Las Cruces. Tho evening was taken up by the banquet given the convention mem bers by the American Lumber Com pany of this city, the Hoo-Hoo Con- cutenatlon being postponed until to night. Today's program includes an ad dress n "Lumber Sheds and Methods of Pillnt," liy F. L. Austin, of Ros well: one on the "Cost of Doing Rusi- ness, ' by t;. L. Sirmuns. or ki raso; one on the "National Federation of Retailers," by H. (. Rush, of Denting, and one on the "Retail Dealer's Right to Exist," by F. M. Uayner, of Ijis Cruces. There will be a general dis cussion of association work, and any new business which may be brought up at the time, the reports of the committee and the election of officers and directors. The last order of. business will be the selection of a place for next year's meeting. , Tho Hoo-Hoo Concatenation will then take over the boards and those who have not yet been admitted to this concatenated order will tread the thorny path to the happy bower it of fers. The riles are said to be awful in the extreme, and are bein.f kept strenuously In the dark. In order that timid candidates may not die before, hand of heart failure, pedalis refrig. eratis, or other dire malady which might be superinduced by fear. The Initiatory ceremonies are said to re quire the undivided attention of the candidate all the time ihcy are in progress and to need the services of the whole corps of oi'iiccrs to put them into proper effect. A grand parade will precede the in itiation proper, traversing the princi pal streets of the city. The populace Is Invited to view this spectacle, hut is carefully warned that, it must not interfere. The Hoo-Hoo officers who will have charge of the affair are O. E. Cavin, of RorwoH, Grand Vicegerent Sn.'irk of all New Mexico; Junior Hon, (1. W. Frenger; senior Hon, F. M. Hajner; scrivenster, E. S. Barrow; bojum, II. A. Whltlock; arcanoper, W. E. Miller; dislocation, J. T. Fletcher; gurdon, F. L. Austin. The following are the cfhtrs of the association for thiB year, whose suc cessors will be elected today: Presi dent, J. F. Htnkle. of Roswell; vice president, H. (J. Push, of Dcm'ng: sec retary and treasurer, U A. Whilh.ek, of El Paso; directors for Texas, M. ('. Edwards and R. W. Long, of El l'i;ro; directors for New Mexico, M. S. Groves, of Carlsbad, E. R. Hart, of Clovls; directors for Arizona, Albert Stacy and J. 1 1. Raker, both of Doi g- las. si w Mrs. Ballew's Spring Opening of Fashic i i uonaoje Millinery will take place Thursday, March ! 4, AiTERXoox am) i:vi:xix. Music hf DlMauro'g Orchestra. X POLL TAX for School District No. 13 is Now Due. Pay at . ALBER'S DRUG STORE, Old Town. Popular Wash Goods for Spring and Summer Our assortment of linens comprises many different weights in natural, white and colors and it is by far the largest stock we ever had. DRESS LINEN White 36, 45 and 90-in. price 35c to $1.50. Natural and colors 27, 36 and 45-in. price 15c to 65c. SHEER LINEN 36 and 45-in. price 50c to $1 .50. See our lire of Pique, Bedford Cords, 'Poplins and Voiles in all the popular shades. , v: lun idk academy, Oil ioImi hIL The best Saddle tiorses o be had In tha city are at W. L. Tnmrt a ID North Second rtreet. Phose t. 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